In conjunction with the Kids Around the World OneMeal program, Calvary Community Church is hosting a food packaging effort on Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving.

“Pack Friday has been intentionally set on a date that reminds us we can take from our excess to give to desperately hungry children around the world. Instead of a day to get, make it a day to give… Your time – your finances – or both,” a press release states.

The Pack Friday goal is to pack 100,000 meals and raise the $25,000 necessary to pay for them. Anyone interested is encouraged to sign up and can do so online at bit.ly/foodpackfriday.

Three packing shifts will be offered: 10 a.m., noon and

2 p.m.

People wanting to help but unavailable to pack that day can make a financial contribution. Every box contains 216 meals, so to reach the 100,000 meals, participants will pack 463 boxes, each one costing $54.

“Consider covering the cost of one or more boxes. Come as a family, come with a group, or come by yourself, but come for this rewarding opportunity to help Kids Around the World feed kids around the world,” the release states.

For more information about Kids Around the World and the OneMeal program visit katw.net/onemeal/.

 
 

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